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captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: europe's economic woes worsened today, causing renewed fears amid political disarray. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we get the latest on the crisis as european leaders ended their summit without agreement on concrete solutions. >> brown: plus, we ask how europe's instability could affect the u.s. especially as it deals with its own fiscal crisis. >> woodruff: then, paul solman asks an age-old question: will new technology make human workers obsolete? >> there are factorys where robots do almost all of the work. >> and lights out? why is it called lights out? >> because you don't need lighting in a place run by robots. >> brown: margaret warner looks at the case against the pakistani doctor jailed for 33 years after helping the c.i.a. capture osama bin laden. >> woodruff: and ray suarez has the story of a columbia university professor's fight to prove an innocent man was executed in texas. >> there was not a sled of forensic in evidence this case, even thoug
brown in the front. can we get a round of applause for the president of the commission? we have thjoyce armstrong. right now, i will ask for a round of applause for the housing authorities executive director. >> good morning, everyone. for those of you who do not know me, and henry. when i am running around in our communities, most folks -- i am so excited that you are here today. we have been working on this center for some time. today, we get to give it back to the residents in this community. thank you. absolutely. i think it is stellar. it is awfully exciting. we have a lot of dignitaries here this morning. i am going to get at of the way so we can get the program moving along. i want to introduce the best mayor i have ever worked for. >> good afternoon, everyone. welcome to rosa parks community center. it is my pleasure to join it with our police chief, housing authority commissioners, the great work they are doing with our director to help open up this revitalized community center. this center serves almost 300 come up probably more than 300, low income seniors. this center has be
'm gwen ifill. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight: we have the latest on this historic day, coming 15 months after the ouster of president hosni mubarak. >> ifill: then, we look at the facebook fallout as the social media giant's market debut falters out of the gate. >> brown: we have two onhe- ground reports on europe's economic troubles from spain and greece, where austerity measures are hitting home for ordinary citizens. >> ifill: we examine the iran nuclear talks in baghdad as world powers float a proposal to curb tehran's enrichment program. >> brown: and we close with the diamond anniversary of an american treasure. spencer michels has the story of building san francisco's golden gate bridge. >> it's not all celebration, a 75-year-old controversy has flared anew over who should get the credit for designing this spectacular bridge. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by t
. >> reporter: according to federal authorities, sulaimon brown was not lying when he said members of gray's campaign paid him to stay in the race. brown has always said the mayor knew about it. the mayor has always denied it. >> i think i'll just stay with what i said before. there's obviously a continuing investigation and has been for months. i've said pretty much the same thing for months. >> reporter: wednesday gray's campaign worker howard brooks was charged with making a false statement to the fbi when he said he never gave money to sulaimon brown's campaign. we went to brooks' silver spring home seeking comment, but no one answered the door. before he was charged this morning council member mary cheh who led an investigation into wrongdoing talked about howard brooks. >> that led us to allegations by mr. brown and we made a conclusion, a number of conclusions in that report, that money was paid by howard brooks, someone who took the fifth amendment and wouldn't testify before us. >> reporter: sources believe just like thomas gore who pleaded guilty yesterday howard brooks is also
of lieutenant cmdr wesley brown. brown was a standout student and athlete in graduated in 1949. he was born here in baltimore. in may 2008, the academy named its new field house after him. lieutenant cmdr wesley brown was 85 years old. still ahead, safety concerns regarding a new type of laundry detergent. details in consumer alert. plus, if you plan on boarding a flight earlier because of your children, that might soon change. first, his disappearance changed the way we searched for missing children. now word of a confession in a 30-year-old case. and dr. kim hammond is here to answer your pet questions. you can e-mail your questions to >> a semi truck driver is dead after slamming to a home in suburban chicago. it crashed into the home early thursday morning. the trailer flipped onto a car with two passengers inside were not hurt. a passenger inside the semi truck survived the crash. there is no word on what caused the driver to lose control. there are new developments in the case of a new york city boy who went missing more than three decades ago. new york city police
brown to keep brown in the race so -- sulaimon brown to keep brown in the race so he could attack mayor incumbent adrian fenty. brooks is the second gray staffer to plead guilty to federal charges. earlier today here's what his lawyer glenn ivey had to say about all this. >> i think he hit the point where he realized that it was time to accept responsibility for what he'd done. he realized he'd made a very serious mistake in the way he'd gone about handling this initially. he wanted to get it back on the right track. today was the first step in that direction. >> reporter: part of the plea agreement here for brooks, his guilty plea would give him between zero to six months in prison or he can simply get probation. of course, he hasn't been sentenced yet. that's to happen later in the coming months. back to you. >> another hot and humid day has more storms popping up all over the d.c. region. topper is tracking them now. who's in the bull's eye? >> west and southwest of town, not as numerous as yesterday and no warnings, but they are still capable of producing very heavy rain. let's loo
gray's campaign to sulaimon brown's campaign just so he would continue to go up against mayor adrian fenty and say nasty things about him. now howard brooks today was a consultant for mayor vincent gray's campaign and today he said that he lied to federal agents as they investigated this bizarre question of these money orders being passed. the only thing he admitted to -- the only thing he pleaded to was lying, but he admitted to a whole lot of other wrongdoing, thousands of thousands of dollars worth of money orders that he collected apparently from mayor gray's campaign and passed off to brown writing other people's names on it, which is illegal in the city. that's hiding the source of a campaign contribution. we had a chance to talk to howard brooks' lawyer today. we spoke to him a few minutes ago. here's what he had to say about how he's doing. >> it's obviously a cuff day, but i think he handled it extremely well. i think his demeanor in front of the court reflected his regret and there's contrition. you know, i hope that was conveyed accurately to the court today. >> re
worked with thomas gore who had to pay sulaimon brown. gore pleaded guilty yesterday to four charges in the case. >>> an honor for a fallen maryland state trooper today. laura evans is everywhere at 11:00. >> new highway signs were unveiled today and put up along the beltway to honor trooper wesley brown who was shot to death in june of 2010 when he worked security at a forestville restaurant. he made a huge impact on the lives of those who knew him. he started a mentoring program called young men enlightening other men. >> key witnesses changing their stories about the night trayvon martin was killed. according to the orlando sentinel, a woman who said she saw two men running now says she only saw one person. another woman who saw the fight initially said she couldn't tell who was on top during the fight now believes it was george zimmerman. zimmerman claims he shot martin in self-defense. >>> the first ever free presidential elections in egypt today had women flocking to the polls. it's a much anticipated end to the rocky transitional period there after last year's ouster of former
in the scheme to fum money to suleiman brown. >>> finally positive news for facebook. after three dance in dump they finished at $32, up a dollar, or 3.5%. meantime investigators are investigating morgan stanley. the regulators want to know did morgan stanley share their less than rosy outlook with their clients but not the wider audience, folks like you and me? they increased the size of the offering, they increased the price of the offering. at the same time, apparently they were getting wind that the results of the company, the financial results, were a little weaker than anticipated. >>> also today, a group of shareholders filed suit against facebook and ceo mark zuckerberg. they say key financial information was not disclosed before those shares went public. a facebook spokesperson insists that the suit is without merit. >>> he was murdered. and no one signs up for that. >> that was the mother of former florida a & m drum major robert champion disputing claims that her son wanted to be hazed. new interviews with members of the marching band suggested champion agreed to the ritual that even
.s. naval academy passed away. wesley brown started in 1945. just a few years ago the academy conducted the wesley brown field house. he went onto have a 20 year career in the navy. he was 85 years old. >>> a new state law will have new maryland hotels forced to be greener. the measure requires future hotels to install emergency saving equipments which control the lights. it will save thousands of dollars in electricity. >>> still to come, back in court, the ohio teenager accused in a deadly school shooting faces a judge. >> still burning, a look at the damage a wild fire in nevada is causing and when it can be put out. >> and tim williams will be back with your full first warning weather forecast. please stay with us. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it's sunny and 78 right now. the complete forecast is still coming up. >>> an ohio teenager accused in a school shooting is back in court today. a judge is expected to rule whether tj lane will be tried as and adult. he's accused of opening fire back in february. three students were killed, two others were wounded. he's facing several murder charges
of these asian pacific heritage month associations, mayor willie brown. >> this evening, we are celebrating our communities from all over the world. i am so lucky to be the mayor of an international city. we talked a lot about diversity, but we also celebrates in so many ways. it is marvelous to hear the names of all these council generals from all around the world. we also have some invaluable participants that represent the city relations. from osaka, singapore, shanghai, taipei, and seoul, korea. they're working with our offices and communities to promote education, trade, allow ourselves to educate ourselves continuously about the need to have a more advanced, smarter immigration policy for our country. and also one that we enjoy celebrating because we get a lot of talent from the other countries, which is why we want to be a gateway to the world. that is why we enjoy the celebration so much. with that, i like to invite former mayor willie brown and also the supervisors, please join us on the stage and be part of the witness and of the signing of the proclamation for this year imposed a cel
of the campaign instructed staffers to keep brown's campaign and a tax alive with thousands of dollars of money orders and cash. in court howard brooks pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi when first questioned about the activity. the mayor's declining comment on any -- declined to count on any aspect of the case today. >> i remember on several occasions people were saying he must be getting paid for this. >> brown began making accusations that seemed to be proven true. the public is looking at the mayor. >> it is hard to believe that somehow the mayor is not aware of what was going on. >> i have been here for 20 years, and not much has changed. >> according to the hearing gray's people gave them as much as $15,000 at one time. once he forwarded a money order to buy cogeico. we would not be surprised to see somebody else coming down here soon and pleading guilty. sam ford, abc 7 news. >> you can read more about today's hearing and the other parts of the campaign scandal right now on >> another gaffe by city councilman marion barry. he said this during an apology. >> the irish, italian,
campaign workers, brocks and gore, were breaking the law. officials say that they were paying brown to stay in the race and verbally attack fenty. gray said that he knew nothing about it. and on wednesday, told us this. >> there is an ongoing, pending investigation so there is nothing to comment. this is continuing to unfold. >> reporter: prosecutors say gore and brooks put together a plan and used gray campaign contributions to fund it. and prosecutors say gore would take out money orders, $660 worth and brookes would put false names on them and hand them to brown. brown has said that gray knew about it, so far federal authorities haven't been able to prove it. >> and back out live now, the hearing is wrapping up. if brookes cooperates, he could serve parole and looks like sentenceing guidelines are anywhere from six months up to five years and the judge said if he cooperates with prosecutors, the prosecutors can then file a motion asking the judge to go lenient on him. we're told that not only thomas brookes but gore has been working with prosecutors as this investigation continues and on
lied go about payments made to another candidate, brown. and matt ackland is live with more. matt? >> reporter: as you were saying, brookes is the second gray campaign worker to admit that he was involved in a plan to pay former candidate brown to attack then-mayor fenty at the time. the court wrapped up and this is some shots plaintiff brookes. he said he was guilty of paying to the fbi when -- and we're learning it was thousands in play and they admitted to working together. one thing interesting, brian, revealed in court, is that brookes admits he was instructed to carry out the illegal activity and we're not able to find out who instructed them on do so. his attorney agreed that he didn't come up with the idea or the plan and that he was pulled into it. >> i think he hit the point where he realized that, you know, it was time to accept responsibility for what he did and that he made a serious mistake and he wanted to get it back on the right track. today was the first step in that direction. >> reporter: the u.s. attorney ron meachum issued a statement after the hearing was co
's budget deficit texaco on gov. brown popularity the latest poll shows 43 percent of likely voters disapprove of his job performance 42 percent approved. the first on the majority has expressed disapproval of gov. brown. >>> the cyber attacks pulled off ice terrorists >>> a man breaks into a television station is personal problems that led to the outburst >>> a hungry shark that comes,,, >>> a firsthand look at a man and san francisco's mission district youtube video shows people tossing trash cans and breaking windows causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage. this happened april 30th along valencia's street. protesters but aware from a pre mayday rally. police arrested one protester that night. to men who were gutted tv station recovering from injuries after being attacked by men in topeka, kansas. the man was upset because the tv station would not help him with problems with the veterans affairs. he is shown here again into a lobby and then being subdued. the suspect in custody. >>> u.s. officials say pakistan should release documents and a doctor who helped them catch
-- in the city of st. francis, with a sense of gratitude and neutral respect. the we black, white, brown, or red, we are all god's children. mavis in vacation -- may this invocation be accepted and the record show that in the city of st. francis, black history 2012 celebrated in truth the contribution, culture, and history of african-americans, and their contributions to this nation and to this great city. let us say a man. -- amen. >> thank you, reverend dyson. ok. with that, we are going to move to the next item on the agenda, which is the singing of "lift every voice and sing," the negro national anthem. it is in your program. the words in your program. we are only going to sing the first stanza. we are not going to sing all three versus of it. in your program. please stand. >> everyone join in with singing the national anthem, "lift every voice and sing," by james weldon johnson. ♪ lift every voice and sing till earth and heaven ring rang with the harmony of liberty let our rejoicing rise high as the listening skies let it resume armed -- resound loud as the roaring sea sing a song full of
, but parents not so much. governor brown is starting to roll out a plan b that includes cutting the school year if voters reject his proposed tax increase in november. he would permit school districts to cut three weeks from the school year instead of dumping classes or teachers. they cut five days. growing opposition, but governor brown said nothing is set in stone. >> they haven't been enacted and they will look at their ideas. i can't reinvent the world. we have to go to the people. >> the governor's office is very clear if the tax initiative fails, most of the $6 billion in emergency budget cuts would come from education. >> it's the last last call at san francisco's gold dust lounge. the owners at the union square bar announced they are closing tonight. the bar where janice joplin once visited tried to fought off an eviction notice, but rather than doing that, they decided to relocate. friends gathered to raise one last glass. >> it's corporate greed taking over. really, really sad. you can't save something like this without money. unfortunately it's done. >> the bar's owners are planning
annually. >>> for the first time since taking office, governor brown's disapproval rating is higher than his approval rating among likely voters in a major california poll. according to a poll 4 % disapprove of the job governor -- 43% disapprove, 42% approve. last month it was 47%. the dip comes after the announcement last week that the deficit has grown 60%. the poll shows 56% of voters support his november ballot initiative to raise taxes. 38% opposed. >>> spokesperson for tully's coffee says state imposed furloughs are partly to blame foreclosure of downtown cafe. with no notice they closed may 17th. the company said the company was not meeting minimum financial requirements to stay open. [ unintelligible ] >>> 4:45. the new way to move you through airport security faster. >>> mysterious explosion onboard a nuclear submarine. why investigators are stumped about the cause. >>> calcium supplements and your health. what is good for bones could harm heart. >> science on the chopping block. the governor's plan to save money by3q lysol knows the soft places we love could be home to bacteria
's financial problems are starting to hurt gov. jerry brown's popularity. the public policy institute shows 43 percent of likely voters disapprove of the governor's top job performance. 42 percent approved. is that in public opinion registered days after last week's announcement that california's budget deficit had grown to nearly $16 billion. >> a comment a supervisor made about a week the board has people riled up. >> trying to figure out what harvey milk would have wanted, so we decided to do something unique in the office and we got out the week keyboard. >> analyst made those comments tuesday when the board was discussing how harvey milk would feel about having a vessel named after him, a naval vessel. he told us that it was called just a joke. >> just poking fun at the the board of supervisors. and people trying to say what part you would have wanted. i thought it would be fun to have a seance. >> he says the closest he has come to the occult is reading all seven harry potter box. just a joke. get ready foreclosures. what you need to know before hitting the road for the long holiday week
or suspend licenses. pamela brown, abc 7 news. >> read more about the specific tax with the police reports on our website which agreed more about the specific attacks with the police reports on our website at >> and retired lieutenant commander wesley brown has died. he was the first african- american to graduate from the naval academy. he died yesterday. a graduate of from the naval academy in 1949. he was a cross-country teammate of former president jimmy carter. it was the sixth african- american accepted into the academy. he was 85 years old. also new tonight, for the first time, our colleague at abc 7 greta kreuz is sharing her story of survival. >> earlier this spring she was diagnosed with lung cancer, despite the fact she was never a smoker. tonight, she shares the eye opening second part of her story, as she explains that one cancer is the second biggest killer in the u.s. and against little research funding because of the stigma that if you smoke you deserve it. >> this former ohio congressman mike oxley has never smoked. two years ago he was diagnosed with stage 3 long
with mayer brown. i realized then in my 20's that i needed to pursue higher education. and it helped the mayor said he would never give me a raise or promotion on till i went back to school. i enrolled in the university of san francisco law school. i got my j.d. and pass the bar. -- passed the gar. -- bar. [applause] san francisco has been my home. six years ago i was married here on the steps almost six years ago to this month. [applause] some are clapping, some are not. [laughter] it has been a fundamental time for my family and i having been nominated. by mayor ed lee and i am grateful to that community and i am grateful to the mayor and the board of supervisors who are considering this nomination. i vow to do the best job i possibly can for the city and i have -- as i have done from the outset of my city career. i will continue to draw inspiration and guidance from the black woman in our history and culture who have paved the way for me and others with their relentless fight against prejudice and intolerance and hate. there consummate energy, intelligence, and courage and their u
into the political payoff of suleman brown to then mayor fenty. the two cases mark a quickening pace into the investigation of political corruption of gray's 2010 campaign for mayor. the campaign that u.s. attorney ronald mason says deceived voters with wrongdoing. the suleman-brown scheme is only a smart part of larger investigation into possible shadow campaign of tens of thousands of dollars. some possibly fake contributions that helped fuel the gray campaign. mayor gray, who early on strongly insisted on his own innocence, is on advice of his lawyer now to decline to talk to report bers any aspect of the investigation that's now reaching inside of the core of his campaign. howard brooks is cooperating with authorities. at one point last year sources say that he wore a wire to help gather evidence. at practical court in downtown washington, top sherwood, news4. >> thank you, tom. >>> authorities are trying to figure out how a man and his two sons fell into a manure pit and died on a farm in kent county, maryland. the three worked on the farm in kennedyville on the eastern shore. t
>>> california's financial problems are hurting gov. brown popularity. the latest poll shows 43 percent of likely voters disapprove of his job performance, 42 percent approved. the first time a plurality express disapproval for gov. brown weekend bus service between san francisco part of a proposed budget cut. the board board will hold a meeting in oakland expect an 8% increase in next year's budget that is due to a jump and writer ship. that will involve east base stations in pittsburgh in fremont. some parents friending to pull their kids out of fairfield high school because the district is cutting sports and other after- school activities. they need $450,000 to keep the programs going. some kids depend on sports to get into college. >>> what about when have on my resume i am trying get into college i volunteered for the library down the street and that isn't going to get into college. >>> final vote to cut programs and three high schools in fairfield expected next month >>> potentially storm broke in off of mexico's coast hurricane but packing sustained winds of 75 miles per hour it is southwe
. >>> and good morning, everybody, so good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. we begin with politics. president obama starts the morning in california, then travels to iowa before returning to washington. he's wrapping up a three-state campaign trial that started in colorado in raising campaign trash. most of the election will hinge on the economy, and both the president and mitt romney are staking their grounds. susan mcginnis is in washington. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. president obama, governor romney each have their message they are the one who can fix this economy, but so much of this simply comes down to cash and how much each can raise to get that message out. >> reporter: president obama campaigned late into the night in redwood, california, trying to convince voters he's best qualified to lead the country. >> i still believe in you. and i hope you still believe in me. >> reporter: governor romney told "time" magazine's mark halperin he will shrink the debt. >> someone who spent their life in economy is better suited to fix the economy. >> reporter: the president sa
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. governor tim kaine is leading mack 46-42. 51-37. now in ohio, scott brown up over josh mandel 48-47. in massachusetts, it's a tight race between republican senator scott brown and elizabeth warren. a race and a nail-biter, if you will. brown 48, warren 47. we'll be right back. are you still sleeping? just wanted to check and make sure that we were on schedule. the first technology of its kind... mom and dad, i have great news. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. free-credit-score-dot-com'sur boargonna direct you ♪ts ♪ ♪ to check your credit score before it gets too late ♪ ♪ and you end up strapped for cash ♪ ♪ patching your board with duct tape ♪ ♪ so hit free-credit-score-dot-com ♪ ♪ find out what credit's about ♪ ♪ or else you could be headed for a credit wipeout ♪ offer applies with enrollment in™. it was in my sister's neighborhood. i told you it was perfect for you guys. literally across the street from her sister. [ banker ] but someone else bought it before they could get their offer together. we reall
warning weather team. >>> tributes are coming in tonight to lieutenant commander wesley brown. the first african american to graduate from the naval academy. brown entered the naval academy in 1945 and graduated in the top half of his class in 1949. a veteran of world war 2, korean war and vietnam. brown had a building named after him. he was 85 years old. >>> still to come. play time goes too far. a little boy put inside a washing machine. will prosecutors press charges? >> i'm bob turk in the first warning weather center. we'll look at the warmup this weekend. and my first warning five-day forecast. >> and wjz 13 is always on. here are the top stories at at this hour. for updates on all the day's news, and the updated forecast, log onto ,,,,,, we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. is this right? right here, like this? ♪ turn that off! plants can smell our fear then miracle-gro expand'n gro made things a lo
about what robert brown did back in 1830. he's looking in a microscope. and in the microscope, he sees little things jiggling. and at first he thought it was something in there alive, those little particles of soot and these little things are jiggling, jiggling, jiggling, and brown thought that maybe he saw atoms, but they weren't atoms. guess what they were, gang. little specks of dust banged into by, guess what. atoms. it's like this. see this styrofoam cup? you guys can all see this. see this little bb right here, little bb in my hand. i got a whole bunch up in there, see them, i spill them on the table. see those little bbs, you guys can't see those bbs, 'cause you're too far away from them, okay? but can you picture this? can you picture the styrofoam cup on the table and all these bbs, all moving around haphazardly, chaotically and every once in a while the bbs and more bbs hit one side of the cup than the other, what will the cup do? wouldn't the cup start to jiggle? and you guys can see the cup, but you can't see what's making the cup jiggle. you know there's something smaller
. leslie brown started at the academy in 1945. he ran track and cross country. in his honor, they recently constructed the wesley brown field house. brown graduated in 1949, and went on to have a 20-year career in the navy. he was 85 years old. >>> with summer heating up, swimming safety is on the minds of men parents -- many parents. >> reporter: the cp sc is pushing for more free swimming programs in minority communities. and that is because research shows, african american children between the ages of 5 and 14, are three times more likely to drown than white children. the cpsc says learning basic water skills can save lives. experts say a child can learn basic swim as young as 4 months old. >> in harlem, the free swimming program started there 20 years ago. >>> during the off season, some portions of the 2.5-mile long boardwalk were reconstructed with new wood. it's just the first phase of renovations at the summer hot spots. along with the boardwalk, it will also feature fire works light shows, every night this summer. >>> summer like heat this spring. mostly sunny. a bit humid out the
in a lot of conspiracy what is going down? blacks are leaving town i want to talk to governor jerry brown president chiu: thank you. next speaker. are there any members of the public who wish to speak in public comment? please lineup. >> my name is larry. i want to be called juicy world peace g-mail. harvey milk, i went to the day historic society and spent two hours there this morning. harvey milk was killed by a policeman. now i hear about brother josiah who ran in 1961. we have so much history here. i tell you to go up there and see that. it is historic. there is a lot of black history, talking about who we are as a people. josiah said he was in the army in 1942. i am here to give a shout out to the president and the mayor. the president has given us gay marriage. i realize that a lot of us did not come from marriage families. my marijuana people do not like president obama because of the marijuana. it is between the marijuana people and the church people. medical marijuana and same gender marriages. we need more marriage and death in this country. today, they have called for more
completarn en octubre del 2014. anchor --el gobernador jerry brown, tiene un plan "b" en caso de que los votantes no aprueben el aumento de impuestos. take vo --y ese plan incluye reducir el aÑo escolar. --brown dice que para "no" despedir a maestros o eliminar clases permitira que los distritos escolares recorten 3 semanas de los 180 das que tiene el aÑo escolar. --los distritos ya tienen la opcin de cortar 5 das..con lo que esas 3 semanas sumaran un mes sin clases. --ya hay oposicin al plan, pero el gobernador dice que la educacin ser la que ms sufrir en caso de no aprobarse el alza de impuestos. top vo --triunfo en los ngeles para los activistas del medio ambiente. --el concejo municipal de esa ciudad vot 13 a 1, a la prohibicin del uso de bolsas plsticas en ms de 7 mil supermercado s de esa ciudad. --la medida dice que las tiendas ms grandes tendrn 6 meses para eliminar las bolsas, y las ms pequeÑas 2 meses. stop open anchor --el presidente barack obama est nuevamente en la baha,recauda ndo fondos para su campaÑa. take vo --obama, asisti primero a una cena privada en una casa de
team has pled guilty to lying to the fbi about payments to suleman brown the campaign treasurer pleaded guilty on tuesday to destroying evidence of payments. we'll have more on the story coming up at 6:00. >> a man and his two teenage sons died in a farming accident in kent county, maryland. they fell into a huge manure plant in kennedyville. >> it all happened on the sprawling farm back here just on the other side of those red barns with the silver medal ruth's back there. what happened was, they were working, but nobody noticed that had fallen into trouble. the family became worried and it came down and found a pickup truck and tractor running but no sign of the men and boys. they realize they were in the manure. the pit was filled with the waste of hundreds of dairy cows. the father and son had been hired to pump it out and spread the liquid manure on fields. >> it was raining on and off. i am sure the grass or concrete was slippery and probably one of them just slip then, and the other to try to save him. >> the victims have been i've been at -- identified. they were mennonites who
. >> it has been a tough time for her campaign after weeks of back and forth with senator scott brown over her native american ancestry, which she put on some applications. elizabeth warren has closed the gap in the massachusetts senate race. a new poll shows senator scott brown holding a one-point lead over warren, 48% to 47%. that is an eight-point swing from february, which brown led 49% to 40%. i've always thought that this was going to be incredibly close. i know you like scott brown. i like elizabeth warren. >> listen -- >> i like them both, but i'd like her to win. >> i like them both. i have always said this, and i think scott brown knows this, that scott brown won under the most favorable circumstances imaginable. he won in the middle of the obama care debate, when things were about as ugly for the white house and democrats as possible. he won not in an off year election, but in a special election. when turnout is as low as it could possibly be. campaigns. but she ran a horrific campaign, and yet he only won by a couple of points. it's also true -- i grew up in massachusetts. and peop
says everybody has a responsibility share a message of unity and love. >>> jerry brown says the school district in california may need to cut three weeks of classes if voters reject the tax hike. if the the government governor's tax plan fails public schools would see 5.5. bel dollars cuts. the san francisco school superintendent says they have already cut and more cuts are not the answer. >> we have the shortest school year of any industrialized country in the world and we think we're going fix our economic issues by cutting more days? >> the standard school year as 180 dice instruction but 35% of the can california schools readied their days by 1-5 days since it was approved in 2009. >>> the dreaded news confirmed today for hew let packard. many layoffs. our consumer editor tells us what brought one to this point. >> it was quiet before and after the announcement. while some of these actions are difficult because they involve the loss of job they are necessary so to fund the long term health of the country. they didn't say hp missed or abandon key trends. >> it's smart phones and tab
last week the great theme to the charlie brown christmas, purple rain, bo diddley, and rapper's delight. >> attention parents of small children. you know one of the few perks of flying by air with small children, you get to board the plane first with other passengers who might need assistance, as they say? not anymore. at least on united airlines. families with small children and diaper bags and car seats and folded up strollers will no longer get most favored nation status. united has quietly dropped the perk they say to simplify the boarding process. >>> maybe it's the fact his mom has been on the throne for 60 years and right now, he figures why not, but for whatever reason, prince charles appears to be cutting loose these days. there's no stopping him. he showed up on the bbc news in scotland doing the weather suddenly. now he's moved on to dj'ing. he was positively scratching with the kids. while the head phone concept was a bit foreign and his beat matching does need work, even he would admit, the man's always had a rather nice flow. >>> up next here tonight, the dirty little secr
weekend. we will stay in the 60's overnight. the freshly more recent brown will likely produce a little bit of patchy fog in the morning. -- the freshly moistened ground. high pressure builds over the southwest and the front will dissipate. still enough heat for a thunderstorm or two and maybe even friday. the high pressure to the west will be the main weather feature as we get into the weekend, and it will bring a touch of summer heat. 91 was the high in kansas city, 89 in minneapolis. our temperatures will be rising into the weekend. 78-82 tomorrow with southeast winds, and a thunderstorm popping up tomorrow. otherwise it should be a pretty nice day on the open waters with waves of only about a foot. 60% chance of storms and amounts to more but then it starts to quieten down as the memorial day weekend gets here. eastern shore, low to mid-8's the next few days. ocean city has not had a bunch of rain, but scattered storms will be possible thursday and friday. the rest of memorial day weekend out at the coast should be pretty nice. the sea breeze will kick in each afternoon. the tempera
. >>> worsening poll numbers for governor brown. survey showing the governor's approval rating is in trouble. >>> downtown oakland cafe hit hard by occupy protests shuts its doors why the civil unrest has nothing to do with the closure. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> this morning san francisco place arrested a man for a carjacking and robbery after a chase across the bay bridge the suspect's car a white ford van was found on west grand near burma road. officers arrested one they are still looking for one more. >>> this morning there are growing signs of uncertainty at hewlett-packard after hp announced the largest round of lay-offs in its 73 year history. the computer company is cutting 27,000 jobs or 8% of its worldwide workforce a sign it can no longer compete with the popularity of smartphones tablets and other mobile devices it could save 3 1/2 billion dollars annually. >>> more people say governor brown is doing a bad job than saying he's doing a good job. the poll shows 43% disapprove of the job governor brown is doing. 42% approve. last month his appro
district lines. >>> here in california, governor jerry brown's approval ratings are fading. for the first time since he took office, more people disapprove of the governor's performance than those who approve. the governor's approval rating slipped to 42%, that's down 5% from april. this comes just after the governor announced california's budget deficit had grown from $9 billion in january to almost $16 billion. >>> now to the latest in the search for sierra lamar. special dive teams are using advanced sonar equipment to search south bay waters for the missing teenager this week. this is happening as the man accused of her kidnapping and murder makes his first court appearance. nbc bay area's christie smith joins us with a look at what we can expect. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, marla. legal experts we spoke with this morning say that antolin garcia-torres will learn what he's up against when he heads to court this afternoon. he could even learn if this goes way beyond sierra lamar. could there be other charges? defense attorneys will need a lot of time to go over the evidenc
. there are people in brown and black, they were shooting at her because they thought she was on the other side. she makes a run for it with her 2-year-old and she was six months pregnant. she made it through a country that is friendly to immigrants, that would be mexico. she makes it through mexico and she manages to defeat $11 billion worth of high-tech interception devices and systems. 2,000 people, lots of humvees, she makes her way into phoenix not speaking a word of english and manages, as it happens, this wasn't a serious crime, to procure documents which, by the way, i think fooled your h.r. person and she is probably working in your factory. if that isn't some sort of special outward bound exercise that demonstrates the mettle of a person, i don't know what that is. well that, child that was is born here, will he or she be a u.s. citizen? yes, thank goodness. i want that in the united states here in phoenix to help us with the economy. that brings me to the third point and that is the notion of dynamic talent is a tricky concept in the united states. we don't know in modern economies what h
. they are saying the same thing. you do not care about this. >> thank you, reverend brown. next speaker, please. >> i am a native san franciscan. our sunday meters have been something i have been proud of. i could say to people feel -- i could say to people that you do not have to pay today. it is something that allows the community to develop and time to be spent with family and to take one thing off of your mind. i'd been proud of this city in many ways. that we consider the human being. this is not considering the community. putting wealth and the wrong pockets. considering wealth in the wrong way. we should consider our people more than our bottom line. i hope the supervisors and that the parking and traffic can consider that above what that amount of money can bring to the city. thank you. >> thank you. >> good afternoon. they have been a great collaborator on several key issues. they have exceeded expectations beyond the 20% minimum threshold that was required in the first year. the second issue is clean power sf. the third and most recent issue is the idea of solar incentives. as we have
band members are not harsh enough. >>> the family of chuck brown wants to give people a chance to pay their final respects.g?1= plans are in the works for an all-day viewing next tuesday. ld/-xv p?n convention center or the verizon the family says plans still haü >>> no presidential endorsement. support3v[ymarriage.<çovade th©; powell previously recommended "don't ask, don't tell," the policy for the military. but he says that recommendation country's attitude towards gay marriage has changed. >>> it is now up to the cuban alan gross is serving 15-year prison sentence inzd he was-ygúe>> still ahead tonight, burglars hit the wrong house and run into a sheriff's deputy >>> a new virus targets facebook pages and then jumps to your e-mail before moving on to your friends. >>> plus, the mother of a child put into a washing machine says she first heard about it on the >>> three guys down in central texas
lead over mack, not very safe there for nelson. now to ohio, brown opened up u big lead over mandel. up 14 points now. up in massachusetts where i just was, it's a tight rate with brown and warren, a new poll shows a one point race. this is a barn burner rate up there, a nailno difference ther right back. a party? [ music plays, record skips ] hi, i'm new ensure clear. clear, huh? my nutritional standards are high. i'm not juice or fancy water, i'm different. i've got nine grams of protein. twist my lid. that's three times more than me! twenty-one vitamins and minerals and zero fat! hmmm. you'll bring a lot to the party. [ all ] yay! [ female announcer ] new ensure clear. nine grams protein. zero fat. twenty-one vitamins and minerals. in blueberry/pomegranate and peach. refreshing nutrition in charge! like a squirrel stashes nuts, you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec® liquid gels. nothing starts working faster than zyrtec® at relieving your allergy symptoms for 24 hours. zyrtec®. love the air. >>> back to "hardball," make no mistake, obama says romney's record at bain ma
candidates suleman brown in the scheme to tilt the 2010 elect n election. the plea comes two days after co-conspirator thomas gore pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi. he promised to cooperate with the investigation. the two cases mark a quickening pace into the investigation of political corruption of the 2010 campaign for mayor. the campaign that u.s. attorney ronald said that deceit with wrongdoing. the scheme is op only a small part after larger investigation into possible shadow campaigns. of tens of thousands of dollars. some possibly fake contributions that helped fuel the gray campaign. mayor gray, who early on insists on his own assistance, now he is declining to talk to reporters about any aspect of the investigation that's now reaching inside of the core of his campaign. glen ivy is expected to koumt and talk to the media soon. howard brooks' lawyer. mr. ivy told me earlier today that his client wants to clean the air and start rebuilding his life by while this investigation goes on. at the federal court, downtown washington, i'm tom sherwood, news4. >>> police are questioning a
information later today. >>> also new, for the first governor brown's disapproval rate something higher than his approval rating among likely voters in a major poll. according to the poll, 43% disapprove of the job that governor brown is doing. 42% approve. last month his rating was 47%. the dip after his announcement last week that the state deficit has by 60%. the poll shows 56% of voters supporting his november ballot initiative to temporarily raise taxes to fund schools. 38%fy@z are opposed. >>> bart's board of directors holding a public meeting this morning on the agency's budget and unlike a lot of agencies bart has money to spend. next year's budget projected to be 670 million dollars, up 8% from last year. bart plans to buy new cars, begin a late night weekend bus service, hire more than 50 workers and run trains an hour later on the richmond line. >>> lawmakers and lawyers taking aim at facebook this morning. the senate banking committee and house financial services committee both investigating facebook's initial public offering last week. there are reports before the ipo morgan sta
of "twinkle, twinkle, little star." prince's "purple rain," "a charlie brown christmas," and one that caught our ear. >> franklin d. roosevelt stood beside chief justice hughes on the steps of the capitol on that raw afternoon of march 4, and a nation with 15 million unemployed listened. >> let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. >> pelley: the recordings is called "i can hear it now." 13 years of history from f.d.r.'s inauguration in 1933 through his funeral and the end of world war ii in '45. narrated by edward r. murrow. >> a city watched, a nation listened. arthur godfrey, an old washington hand, described it. >> and now just-- just coming past the treasury, i can see the horses drawing the caisson. >> pelley: the project was the brainchild of cbs news producer fred friendly. when a musician strike left columbia records in need of material, he went through 500 hours of radio broadcast to create what he called "a scrapbook for the ear." >> on may 8, president truman announced that another promise had been kept. >> the forces of germany have surrend
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